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1939 World’s Fair, April 30, 1939

1939 World’s Fair was the official end of the Great Depression. The focus was only forward, and the fair featured a world envisioned 50 years hence in 1989. Exhibits featured primitive computers, microwaves, copiers, and high speed jets, and of course, television. The 45,000,000 people who attended were opened to a world of unimaginable convenience […]

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